OneEssential - Physiotherapy clinic in Hong Kong

Experience Greater Recovery Through a Pre-and Post-Operative Physiotherapy Program

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who specialize in rehabilitation, particularly in the early stages of surgical care. You can regain your mobility quickly after surgery by working with our dedicated rehabilitation specialists at OneEssential. Our team utilizes various modalities, mobilizations, and exercises to ensure proper healing and pain reduction.

Learn More About Our Post-Operative Physiotherapy Treatment

Beginning physical therapy as soon as possible after undergoing surgery can help speed up your recovery. Post operative pain may encourage compensated movement patterns which need immediate attention.

At OneEssential, we are committed to helping you get back to your life by assisting with your post-op recovery. We achieve this by providing you with professional physiotherapy treatment and using different methods to help you regain your mobility sooner and make sure that you heal properly.

You can also expect us to offer undivided attention during your sessions. Our physiotherapist will guide you throughout your one-on-one sessions to accurately monitor your progress and address your specific needs.

Choose OneEssential for Your Post-Op Recovery Needs

ONE ON ONE

We apply a personal and tailored approach. From day one you will talk to the professional who will treat you.

EARLY STAGE GUIDANCE

We specialize in guiding you safely and effectively through the different stages of recovery by understanding surgical site restrictions.

HOLISTIC APPROACH

We take care of your physical and psychological well-being, addressing the unique challenges you may face during the recovery process.

With proven methods that can help you heal from your surgery faster, our team at OneEssential is dedicated to assisting you in your recovery and allowing you to get back to living a pain-free life. Whether you had a knee or hip replacement surgery, our specialist can create a personalised treatment plan for you.

To help you recover faster, our physiotherapist will work with you one-on-one every time. This allows us to provide you with the care you deserve and monitor your progress.

Additionally, you can count on us to educate you regarding your situation and progress. You can then use the information we provide to work on your recovery even when you’re outside our clinic. This can help speed up your post-op rehabilitation.

What Our Pre- and Post Surgery Rehabilitation Can Help With

To recover quickly from your surgery and minimize complications, it is recommended to begin your physiotherapy sessions as soon as possible. By being proactive and working with our professional physiotherapists at OneEssential, you can expedite your recovery process and regain the ability to enjoy the activities you used to do.

Prehabilitation

Prehabilitation, or prehab, offers benefits such as improved surgical outcomes, faster recovery, enhanced postoperative function and psychological well-being. It involves exercises and patient education to prepare the body for upcoming surgeries, optimizing physical function and minimizing potential negative effects. Have a consultation before surgery to understand how you can better prepare!

Pain & Swelling Control

Effective pain and swelling control is crucial before and after surgery as it promotes comfort, facilitates healing, and improves the overall recovery process. By managing pain, individuals can regain mobility, participate in rehabilitation, and prevent complications. Controlling swelling helps minimize tissue damage and enhances the body’s natural healing mechanisms.

ACL Reconstruction

Physiotherapy plays a vital role in the rehabilitation process after ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction surgery. Our physiotherapists will design a personalized program to restore knee range of motion, strengthen the surrounding muscles, improve stability, and enhance overall functional ability. The goal is to gradually progress the individual’s ability to perform daily activities, regain sports-specific movements, and reduce the risk of future injuries by optimizing knee function and stability. Regular physiotherapy sessions are essential for a successful recovery and return to pre-injury activity levels.

Achilles Tendon Repair

Initially, the focus is on pain and swelling management, protection of the surgical site, and gentle range of motion exercises. As healing progresses, our physiotherapist will design a comprehensive program to restore strength, flexibility, and function of the affected leg. This may involve exercises to improve calf muscle strength, ankle mobility, and balance. Gradually, activities such as running, jumping, and eventually sports- specific movements are introduced. The goal of physiotherapy is to facilitate optimal healing, regain full range of motion and strength, and safely return to pre-injury activities.

Spinal Surgery

There are several types of spinal surgeries that often require physiotherapy as part of the rehabilitation process such as discectomy, spinal fusion and spinal decompression. The specific approach may vary depending on the type and extent of the surgery performed. As healing progresses, the physiotherapist will guide the individual through targeted exercises to improve core stability, spinal flexibility, and muscle strength. Rehabilitation also emphasizes an active lifestyle, promoting regular physical activity to improve overall fitness and maintain a healthy spine.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Studies have shown that individuals who started getting physical therapy the same day of their surgery experienced a quicker recovery and have better overall results. So, if you want to recover quickly from your operation, you should start working with a physiotherapist as soon as you can.

You might be hesitant to start with your post-operative physical therapy if you got stitches. However, that's the time you need special care to your wound. Our physiotherapists are knowledgeable to guide you through early post-operative status with suitable rehabilitation exercise and education.

Post-operative physiotherapy has been proven to help individuals who have undergone different kinds of surgery. Most of the orthopaedic surgeries benefit from immediate post operation physiotherapy in order to regain range of motion, strength, balance and wound management. Our physiotherapists see good results in ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair, achilles repair, ankle ligament reconstruction, total hip/knee replacement, rotator cuff tendon repair and neck and back surgery, to name but a few.

When you first meet your physiotherapist, they will assess your condition and learn about your medical history. Then, they’ll create a treatment plan that suits your specific needs. During your first few sessions, your physiotherapist will begin with simple exercises regaining range of motion. You will move on to more intense exercises progressively, including, strengthening exercises, and sports-specific training.

Offering a Holistic Approach to Your Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

At OneEssential, we aim to help you heal properly from your operation. That is why we do our best to assess your condition before prescribing a treatment plan.

When you visit our clinic, you are required to undergo several steps before getting treatment. Every stage of our physiotherapy program allows us to learn more about your needs and determine the best course of action to help you recover quickly.

ASSESSMENT
ASSESSMENT
Review your progress to find out what you need the most at different stages of recovery. It helps us identify the root cause.
EDUCATION
EDUCATION
Identify treatment goals and plans. We want clients to see the full picture of their condition rather than just follow instructions.
TREATMENT
TREATMENT
We emphasise personalised treatment according to your unique condition. Identifying continuous improvements after every therapy session is essential.
TRAINING
TRAINING
The most vital component at OneEssential. We do more than just ease your pain, focusing on moving better to live better.

Treatment Methods

With our combination of eastern and western techniques, we will provide significant relief for any discomfort that has been holding you back!

Focused Shockwave Therapy

“Electroacoustic Shockwave” technology generates stable high-energy shock waves to enter the affected area, penetrate the muscle and tendon layer, and awaken the cells to self-repair and quickly eliminating pain.

High Intensity Laser therapy

This mechanical wave stimulates local microcirculation and supports lymph drainage of the pathological area. Combining biostimulation and photomechanical stimulation, it can promote healing and reduce swelling.

Manual Therapy

Techniques like joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization are used to restore mobility, alleviate pain, and promote healing. It’s safe, non-invasive, and often used in conjunction with other physiotherapy treatments.

Acupuncture

Dry needling, also known as modern acupuncture, is a technique used by physiotherapists, to treat musculoskeletal pain. It involves inserting thin needles into muscles and tendon to stimulate a healing response and relieve pain.

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Recover Quickly Through Our Post-Surgery Rehabilitation Program

Heal from your operation properly and quickly when you work with our professional physiotherapist at OneEssential. Get back to your life pre-surgery sooner with our help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Studies have shown that individuals who started getting physical therapy the same day of their surgery experienced a quicker recovery and have better overall results. So, if you want to recover quickly from your operation, you should start working with a physiotherapist as soon as you can.

You might be hesitant to start with your post-operative physical therapy if you got stitches. However, that's the time you need special care to your wound. Our physiotherapists are knowledgeable to guide you through early post-operative status with suitable rehabilitation exercise and education.

Post-operative physiotherapy has been proven to help individuals who have undergone different kinds of surgery. Most of the orthopaedic surgeries benefit from immediate post operation physiotherapy in order to regain range of motion, strength, balance and wound management. Our physiotherapists see good results in ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair, achilles repair, ankle ligament reconstruction, total hip/knee replacement, rotator cuff tendon repair and neck and back surgery, to name but a few.

When you first meet your physiotherapist, they will assess your condition and learn about your medical history. Then, they’ll create a treatment plan that suits your specific needs. During your first few sessions, your physiotherapist will begin with simple exercises regaining range of motion. You will move on to more intense exercises progressively, including, strengthening exercises, and sports-specific training.

Spinal Surgery

There are several types of spinal surgeries that often require physiotherapy as part of the rehabilitation process such as discectomy, spinal fusion and spinal decompression. The specific approach may vary depending on the type and extent of the surgery performed. As healing progresses, the physiotherapist will guide the individual through targeted exercises to improve core stability, spinal flexibility, and muscle strength. Rehabilitation also emphasizes an active lifestyle, promoting regular physical activity to improve overall fitness and maintain a healthy spine.

Joint Replacement

Joint replacement surgery, such as hip and knee replacements, is a common procedure to address severe joint pain and dysfunction. Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation process, promoting a return to pre-surgery activity levels and enhancing individuals’ ability to engage in daily activities and maintain an active lifestyle. By improving mobility, strength, and overall function, physiotherapy empowers individuals to regain their freedom and enjoy life to the fullest.

ACL Reconstruction

Physiotherapy plays a vital role in the rehabilitation process after ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction surgery. Our physiotherapists will design a personalized program to restore knee range of motion, strengthen the surrounding muscles, improve stability, and enhance overall functional ability. The goal is to gradually progress the individual’s ability to perform daily activities, regain sports-specific movements, and reduce the risk of future injuries by optimizing knee function and stability. Regular physiotherapy sessions are essential for a successful recovery and return to pre-injury activity levels.

Achilles Tendon Repair

Initially, the focus is on pain and swelling management, protection of the surgical site, and gentle range of motion exercises. As healing progresses, our physiotherapist will design a comprehensive program to restore strength, flexibility, and function of the affected leg. This may involve exercises to improve calf muscle strength, ankle mobility, and balance. Gradually, activities such as running, jumping, and eventually sports-specific movements are introduced. The goal of physiotherapy is to facilitate optimal healing, regain full range of motion and strength, and safely return to pre-injury activities.

Mobility and Balance

Undergoing surgery may cause you to have limited mobility on the affected body part, making it difficult for you to get around after surgery. Using myofascial release, strengthening exercises, and other manual techniques, our physiotherapist can help you regain your mobility and balance sooner.

Pain

By working with a physiotherapist, you can reduce the inflammation in your body, which causes your pain. Different modalities, swelling control by manual therapy and mobilisations can also improve your mobility and reduce your overall pain levels.